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2012-02-24 10:51:09 Salafists Set Fire to Police Station and Political Party Headquarters [Tunisia Live] Conflicts continued yesterday and today between religious activists and police in the town of Jendouba, located in northwestern Tunisia. Tensions peaked late last night when the local police station and the branch office of the Congress for the Republic (CPR) political party were set afire.

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